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LOOKING AT MYSELF LIKE A TEMPLE FOR ENDLESS LUST AND SWEATY SOCKS

 

Sound performance, 45mn

In collaboration with Akwarium (live video projection), Raoul Zoellner (text) and Valentin Noiret (live music), documentation by Naïmé Perrette. 

Set design by Take Me On

April 16th 2016, at Macao, Milano within Morning Love party in collaboration with Tavolo Suono 

 

The festive experience, deeply, urgently, inscribed in us; constitutive and fundamental; the original vital chaos; the emergence of the sacred and its transgression; the pleasure and its consumption. The first model of gathering; the ecstatic rhythm; and the dance. Dancing together the endless moment. Declaring the physical realm and sensual language as an alternative to academic education and cartesian organisation of society, the party is the place and the moment for experimenting physical ways of learning and sharing.

Looking at myself like a temple for endless lust and sweaty socks opens the night with a model of a community that is based on physical langage, dancing exhaustion, mating rituals. Music becomes a tool to reach an other level of interaction with each other, perform collective connections and acts of public intimacy, reformulate sexual identities, celebrate the physical engagement. 

 

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looking


LOOKING AT MYSELF LIKE A TEMPLE FOR ENDLESS LUST AND SWEATY SOCKS

 

Sound performance, 45mn

In collaboration with Akwarium (live video projection), Raoul Zoellner (text) and Valentin Noiret (live music), documentation by Naïmé Perrette. 

Set design by Take Me On

April 16th 2016, at Macao, Milano within Morning Love party in collaboration with Tavolo Suono 

 

The festive experience, deeply, urgently, inscribed in us; constitutive and fundamental; the original vital chaos; the emergence of the sacred and its transgression; the pleasure and its consumption. The first model of gathering; the ecstatic rhythm; and the dance. Dancing together the endless moment. Declaring the physical realm and sensual language as an alternative to academic education and cartesian organisation of society, the party is the place and the moment for experimenting physical ways of learning and sharing.

Looking at myself like a temple for endless lust and sweaty socks opens the night with a model of a community that is based on physical langage, dancing exhaustion, mating rituals. Music becomes a tool to reach an other level of interaction with each other, perform collective connections and acts of public intimacy, reformulate sexual identities, celebrate the physical engagement. 

 

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long hair love call


LONG HAIR LOVE CALL

 

Sound performance, 60mn

In collaboration with Anne Grøtte Viken (text) and Naïmé Perrette (videoprojection and documentation)

March 27th 2015, Panorama, Friche de la Belle de Mai,  within Clémence Seilles exhibition Moucharabieh for Triangle France

 

Delivered between a DJ set and a sound performance, Long Hair Love Call is a contemporary interpretation of the siren’s myth as a feminist figure. Female empowerment, seduction and music; the sound collage proposes a narrative as festive as it is compelling.

 

Intro text Pool of Mirrors by Annee Grøtte Viken

 

 

long hair love call


LONG HAIR LOVE CALL

 

Sound performance, 60mn

In collaboration with Anne Grøtte Viken (text) and Naïmé Perrette (videoprojection and documentation)

March 27th 2015, Panorama, Friche de la Belle de Mai,  within Clémence Seilles exhibition Moucharabieh for Triangle France

 

Delivered between a DJ set and a sound performance, Long Hair Love Call is a contemporary interpretation of the siren’s myth as a feminist figure. Female empowerment, seduction and music; the sound collage proposes a narrative as festive as it is compelling.

 

Intro text Pool of Mirrors by Annee Grøtte Viken

 

 

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body sound action


BODY SOUND ACTION

 

Sound exhibition, 6pm to 12am

Sound performance, 90mn

In collaboration with Assula (soundscape), Anne Grotte Viken (text), Victor Delestre (live instruments), and The Missing Channel (Dj and Vj), documentation by Naïmé Perrette. Set design and music intruments by Take Me On

September 20th, 2014, at Walden Affairs, Den Hague

 

During one night at Walden Affairs, Take Me On explores the relationship between body and sound. The event consists of performances investigating the topics of sexuality, identity and trance through sound, music and readings. It raises the questions of the driven forces that lead our movements, the sexual identity we construct, the social and trivial status of music, the trance - proposing sound as a physical experience. Body, Sound, Action develops on three spaces with its main performance on the ground floor, showcasing a construction of a space to perform in, a mise-en-scene of our own bodies, and the introduction of voices and spoken content. On the first floor are presented previous podcasts episodes alongside a video projection and Take Me On calendars, and on the second floor the poem Fast Speaking Woman by Anne Waldman read by Oona Linke.

 

After Dark text reading by Annee Grotte Viken

 

body sound action


BODY SOUND ACTION

 

Sound exhibition, 6pm to 12am

Sound performance, 90mn

In collaboration with Assula (soundscape), Anne Grotte Viken (text), Victor Delestre (live instruments), and The Missing Channel (Dj and Vj), documentation by Naïmé Perrette. Set design and music intruments by Take Me On

September 20th, 2014, at Walden Affairs, Den Hague

 

During one night at Walden Affairs, Take Me On explores the relationship between body and sound. The event consists of performances investigating the topics of sexuality, identity and trance through sound, music and readings. It raises the questions of the driven forces that lead our movements, the sexual identity we construct, the social and trivial status of music, the trance - proposing sound as a physical experience. Body, Sound, Action develops on three spaces with its main performance on the ground floor, showcasing a construction of a space to perform in, a mise-en-scene of our own bodies, and the introduction of voices and spoken content. On the first floor are presented previous podcasts episodes alongside a video projection and Take Me On calendars, and on the second floor the poem Fast Speaking Woman by Anne Waldman read by Oona Linke.

 

After Dark text reading by Annee Grotte Viken

 

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